Question about Coleman Heating & Cooling
You didn`t told the ampere of your unit,but any way,we are using 25 amperes for 18000 btu on split and room type.try to make a 4 by 4 feet cage with sidings and roof and ventillated holes on all sides of walls.and the front leave it uncovered.that is for split type.if for room type only,make a longer roof for it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Possible low voltage condition would cause that kind of a problem. To small a cord without the ability to carry and maintain the voltage would cause a voltage drop. I would test the voltage supply and make sure it is within 10% of that required for your A/C to operate properly.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
Is your condensing unit located in a well ventilated area and have an ample space, atleast a foot, from the rooftop flooring? Just make a check that free flowing outside air properly ventilates the condensing unit specially on high ambient temperatures. Hope this would solve your problem
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: Electric Furnace Trips Breakers
it is normal for a breaker that is run right on the edge (50 amp and your furnance to use 45) to get weak after a while . the first thing you should do is change the breaker with the same type and amp rateing . it should take care if it
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
You need to verify if the problem is the unit or the breaker. To do this, you will need to measure the current it is pulling from the power source.
If the unit is pulling too much current, then the unit is the problem. If the unit is pulling as much or less than its rated current draw, then the circuit breaker is worn out.
The units WILL pull more power when hot outside. It should not trip a breaker unless something is wrong with either the unit or the breaker.
A current draw test will tell you for sure.
If it's not the breaker, then it's probably low refigerant causing the issue.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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